The Trinidad and Tobago Shipbuilding & Repair Maritime Cluster is an initiative started in 2007 by the current T&T Prime Minister Dr. The Honourable Keith Christopher Rowley, MP when he served in his former capacity as Minister of Trade and Industry.
Today, the Cluster presently has some 60-Stakeholders, both local and global companies involved in various areas of maritime activity.
The commercial entity of the Trinidad and Tobago S&R Maritime Cluster, is known as the Shipbuilding and Repair Development Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (SRDC).
We’re committed to building a better Trinidad and Tobago maritime sector you can be proud of.
Our S&R Stakeholders are highly skilled and have years of experience and certifications. Their dedication to making sure your needs are met doesn't come from that alone, it comes from within. And it's embraced and appreciated by all.
Get to know our experienced Maritime Cluster Stakeholders, by coming on-board! They’ve got the skills and a desire to help. Make an appointment and visit our Office and come and see why T&T is strategically well positioned in the global Shipbuilding & Repair industry.
Learn more about our latest project initiatives, including our La Brea Shipyard being built with a click of a button.
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